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ARIES (March 21-April 19) Today you might resurrect some ideas that you had before about making money. Now they have greater appeal to you, or you see they are actually doable. Because you’re in a resourceful frame of mind, you also might see new uses for something you already own. Clever!

The German word Himmelfahrt may look and sound somewhat-funny to us, but the word often refers to the more-serious topic of Jesus Christ’s ascension into heaven, which the Bible says took place 40 days after His resurrection from the dead (Acts 1:1-11) and the Church observes, as it has for …

DEAR DR. ROACH: I'm a 75-year-old man who is quite active in many sports, including tennis. About six weeks ago, I developed pain in the outside of my elbow, which the internet tells me is lateral epicondylitis. I've never had an injury, including fractures, that is so persistent. I seem to be no closer to resuming my sports activities. Could you write about the condition and what treatments have the best chance of success? — R.R.

It seems that of all the questions that are received in our local AgriLife Extension office, from cattle to hay meadows, home gardens and landscapes, questions on how to manage a farm pond is the most common. Then when you break up the pond questions into different management groups, getting rid of excess vegetation is at the top of that list.

For the past few weeks, I’ve been engaged in a WWF cage match against allergies. No, it’s not COVID. I promise, it’s not COVID. Really, even when I blow my nose so loudly that it triggers nearby home and car alarm systems, it’s still not COVID.

Have you ever been curious about why chicken eggs can be different colors? While most eggs are white or brown, they also come in colors like cream, pink, blue and green. In addition — and this is no “yolk” — some are even speckled.

DEAR DR. ROACH: I'm a 75-year-old man who is quite active in many sports, including tennis. About six weeks ago, I developed pain in the outside of my elbow, which the internet tells me is lateral epicondylitis. I've never had an injury, including fractures, that is so persistent. I seem to be no closer to resuming my sports activities. Could you write about the condition and what treatments have the best chance of success? — R.R.

The Kilgore Church Women met on April 22 at the First Baptist Church, Kilgore. Twenty-six members and one guest were present, representing six area churches. President Pam Pipkin welcomed everyone and voiced the invocation.

April 17, Easter Sunday, was one of the biannual appearances of what are sometimes called “Chreasters,” people who come to church only on Christmas and Easter (the term is a “portmanteau,” a blend of two words, as “breakfast” and “lunch” blend into “brunch”).

History has definitely been made in the town of Kilgore recently. The view of the people surrounding the beloved Roy H. Laird Hospital to welcome in a new vision has marked the day and a turning point for progress in this town.

The East Texas Pipe Organ Festival is preparing to launch their 2021 online “East Texas Pipe Organ Festival in Exile” next week. Because the festival’s “flagship” instrument, the 1949 Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1173 at First Presbyterian Church in Kilgore, was undergoing a complete restoration las…

Coterie Club held their April meeting at the Kilgore Oil Museum. Sally Beane introduced the program. Brenda Kay, president of Kilgore College, spoke to the club about new programs at Kilgore College and the programs with a partnership with Christus Good Shepherd Hospital.